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Local TV star Ibrah Mukasa has apologized to songstress Lydia Jazmine.
This after a stinging attack on the singer’s personal life early this week during his ‘Bwakedde-Wolokoso’ show on Star TV.
Ibrah’s apology comes after Jazmine’s public outcry in which she revealed the comments by the presenter were very hurtful and had brought her a lot of emotional pain.
“I am hurt and pained by the way this man has constantly attacked me and dragged my name in the dirt. My sick mother, familly and friends have been affected deeply by this. I dont fight with people all i do is my music and mind my own business. You all know me, I never respond or,” Jazmine painfully wrote.
“Fight anybody, I hv always kept my silence but I Am human and this has brought so much pain to me. I ask for a full apology for all these insults. UCC needs to put a stop to such shows! Share this post until it gets to the people concerned!” she added.
In his apology, Ibrah has shown remorse for his actions and revealed that he never intended to hurt the singer with his comments.
He also notes that Jazmine is incredibly talented, humble and likeable and honestly, deep down he would never wish bad things to her or any one for that matter.
Read his apology in full;
On Monday June 29, 2020 during the Bwakedde – Morning show hosted on Star TV, I made utterances against Artiste Lydia Jazmine that seem degrading, appalling and regrettable.
Am deeply sorry for offending you (Lydia Jazmine).
As my followers know, I never intend to attack any person(s) in any fraternity but sometimes we get things hastily and spectacularly wrong as it befell with Lydia Jazmine.
There is nothing more important to me than a thriving music industry and is why I tiressly contribute to the fraternity though this time round it’s regrettable that I attacked and offended the Person of Lydia Jazmine.
Jazmine is incredibly talented, humble and likeable and honestly, deep down I would never wish bad things to her or any one for that matter and is why I wish to extend a genuine and public apology to Ms. Lydia Jazmine, her family, management, the music fraternity and all Ugandans for the harm caused.
In this business, all we can do is own up to our mistakes when they happen.
God bless you.
IBRAH .K. MUKASA
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